Cape Town Stadium

Cape Town Stadium

Cape Town Stadium, often referred to as Green Point Stadium (the stadium it was built to replace), is one of the most modern stadiums in South Africa. It is home to local football team Ajax Cape Town and is a popular concert venue.

FIFA used Cape Town Stadium a total of eight times during World Cup 2010. It hosted five group matches, one second stage game, a quarter-final and the Uruguay v Netherlands semi-final.


Location: Cape Town

Capacity: 64,100

Construction: 2007 - 2009

Matches: Uruguay 0 : 0 France (June 11), Italy 1 : 1 Paraguay (June 14), England 0 : 0 Algeria (June 19), Portugal 7 : 0 Korea DPR (June 21), Cameroon 1 : 2 Netherlands (June 24), Spain 1 : 0 Portugal (June 29), quarter-final Argentina 0 : 4 Germany (July 3), semi-final Uruguay 2 : 3 Netherlands (July 6)


World Cup 2010 Venues : Soccer City, Ellis Park Stadium, Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Cape Town Stadium, Moses Mabhida Stadium, Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Peter Mokaba Stadium, Mbombela Stadium, Free State Stadium and Royal Bafokeng Stadium.